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I have a Sharepoint site with lots of Document Libraries. I have configured Rights Management on those libraries, however I'm under a problem. I have full control permissions within all the libraries (In fact I'm the farm's admin), but when I try to open a XPS file (just this specific file out of about 400 XPS files, 1 per library) It throws me the following error:

XPS Document Rights Management Error: you do not have permission to open this documen t with this account. Would you like to use a different account or create a new account?

I'm not sure if it's a configuration error, because: If I uncheck the "Users must verify their credentials every 30 days" option in SharePoint configuration, I can see the document but, when I check it back again It throws the same error.

I verified I have Full control permissions in the document, and the strange thing is that it only happens with this file.

Can you please help me with some ideas?

Thanks in advance


migration rejected from Jan 23 '14 at 11:10

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closed as off-topic by Benny Skogberg Jan 23 '14 at 11:10

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Thank you, didn't know that existed. I'll use it from now on – Daniel Martinez Oct 25 '11 at 19:50
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